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Wife has right to know husband’s salary: CIC

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Wife has right to know husband’s salary: CIC

New Delhi: Wives of government servants have a “right” to know salary particulars of their husbands and these details should also be made public by their offices as mandated under suo-moto disclosure clause of the RTI Act, the Central information Commission has held.

Information Commissioner M Sridhar Acharyulu said every spouse has a right to information about the salary particulars of the other especially for the purpose of maintenance.

“More so, wife has a right to know the salary particulars of the husband, who is an employee of the public authority,” he said.

The commissioner further said that the details about a government employee’s salary is no third party information and these have to be voluntarily disclosed under Section 4(1)(b)(x) of the RTI Act.

He said the salary paid to the public authority is sourced from the tax paid by the people in general and it has to be disclosed mandatorily under the RTI section.

“The information about the salary of employee or an officer of the same public authority cannot be considered as a third party information… Public authorities cannot reject such RTI applications about salary under the pretext of the third party information,” he held.

Acharyulu warned the Home Department of Delhi government that such denial of information will be wrongful and could incur penalty. The warning was in context of an application filed by Jyoti Seherawat seeking salary slip of her husband who is employed at the Home (General) department.

The information was denied as her husband gave in written to the department that such an information should not be provided to anyone.

Source : PTI

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Indian Bank Associations Circular: Strike Notice by UFBU on 20th and 21st January 2014 - Deferred

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HR & Industrial Relations

No.CIR/HR&IR/Q/2013-14/8684
January 17, 2014

Chief Executives of Member Banks
which are parties to the Bipartite Settlement

Dear Sirs,
Strike Notice by UFBU on 20th and 21st January 2014 - Deferred

Please refer to our Circular No.CIR/HR&IR/Q/2013-14/8576 dated 3rd January 2014 regarding the strike call given by the United Forum of Bank Employees (UFBU) on 20th and 21st January 2014.  In accordance with the submission in conciliation meeting held on 13.1.2014, we had convened meeting with the Unions / Associations on date. On being satisfied with the further improvement in offer in wage hike by IBA, the UFBU has decided to defer the strike schedule on 20th & 21st January 2014. 

Member banks may kindly take note of the above and convey suitably to all their establishments.

Yours faithfully,

PRABIR MOULIK
SENIOR ADVISOR

Source: www.iba.org.in
[http://www.iba.org.in/Documents/strikedeferred14012014.pdf]

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Main common demands of Bharat Pensioners Samaj

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After holding several conventions & conferences in different parts of the country & interacting with a wide range of Pensioners’ Association & stake holders, BPS has identified the following main common Issues/Demands to be presented to 7th CPC for redress:
1. Settle the anomalies of 6th CPC especially adoption of different multiplication factor in arriving at minimum of PB 1-4 & Scales HAG & HAG+:  Pay commissions upto to 5thCPC adopted a multiplication factor of 3.2 to 3.8 to arrive at the new scales compared to earlier scales but VI CPC adopted conversion factor of about 2.6 at the lowest where as it was about 3.6 at the highest scale. By this method Vth CPC’s established ratio 1:10.7 between the lowest scale and highest scale was disturbed by the VI CPC. Moreover going against the recommendations of 6th CPC Govt. pulled out S30, 31 & 32 from PB 4 and gave them higher scales of HAG & HAG+ which, caused serious disparity within the homogenous class of pensioners, wherein pre 2006 pensioners corresponding to pre revised scales of S30, 31, 32 could get full parity with post 2006 pensioners. But pensioners corresponding to lower scales were deprived of full parity, resulting in violation of Article 14 of the constitution. 7th CPC while recommending new pension revision formula should take care to rectify this disparity & inequality by restoring full parity for all pensioners
2. Amount of Pension: 
Honourable Supreme Court, in its landmark 5 judge Constitutional Bench judgment dated 17.12.1982 in the case D.S.Nakara v/s UOI, ruled:
“A pension scheme consistent with available resources must provide that the Pensioner would be able to live:
(I)                free from  want, with decency, independence and self respect and
(II)             At a standard equivalent at pre retirement level”.
As laid down in Para 127.9 of 5th CPC, the study done by Consultants to 5th CPC, TECS (Tata Economic Consultancy Services) recommended Pension to be 65% of the last drawn.
Bharat Pensioners Samaj demand 65% of the last drawn emoluments or 65% of last 10 months average emoluments, whichever is more beneficial, as pension & 40% as Family Pension subject to the condition that minimum pension shall not be less than 3500X3= 10500/- as there is three times increase in actual prices calculated by the 6th CPC and the current prices or Rs 3500 + DR as on 31.12.2015 + interim relief, if any + 50 percent fitment benefit. Or 65 % of the 7th CPC revised minimum Basic Salary of Central Govt. employees whichever is more beneficial.
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